Supporting organisations navigate the challenges associated with a maturing workforce: Industry and government representatives are invited to meet the extended research team from the nodes at Curtin University and the University of Sydney Business School, led by CEPAR Chief Investigators Professor Sharon Parker and Professor Marian Baird.
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This workshop will bring together leading scholars, policymakers and data experts to explore how routinely collected data can be used to address policy-relevant questions particularly related to population ageing research.
What has been the impact on dementia in the population from changes in education, and what does it teach us for the future? Fiona Matthews, Professor of Epidemiology at Newcastle University, UK, will investigate these questions in a free public lecture, held on 6 February at UNSW Sydney.
Professor Martin Eling from the University of St. Gallen will visit the UNSW node of CEPAR and present a seminar titled Research on Long-term Care Insurance:Status Quo and Directions for Future Research on December 12.
CEPAR is proud to offer this two day workshop for early career researchers. This workshop will provide a gentle introduction to the applied analysis of longitudinal data.
The Pensions and Superannuation Seminar Series is jointly hosted by CEPAR and the School of Risk & Actuarial Studies at UNSW and provides an excellent opportunity to network with pensions and superannuation experts from Australia and overseas.
CEPAR is proud sponsor of the annual Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) conference. ERA 2018 is being hosted by the Monash University Dementia, Ageing and Neurodegeneration Network. The theme for this year's conference is 'Bringing Researchers and the Community Together'.
The Retirement Incomes Policy Dialogue will bring together leading Australian and international experts, policy makers, researchers and commentators to consider current and future challenges for this important policy area.
The event will celebrate the launch of CEPAR's new seven year research program following its successful bid for a second term of funding.